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Old 10-13-2010, 11:04 PM   #1
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[YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ieuHF4GyzIA&feature=related[/YT]

That suburban will buff out...
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Old 10-13-2010, 11:08 PM   #2
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No that suburb is f'd up. Look how far back that wheel got pushed back.

The Camaro got obliterated though.
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Old 10-13-2010, 11:12 PM   #3
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wonder why they coverd it up and man that stunt driver sucks lol
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0:15 the suburban'* wheel just kept flowing. that frame isnt done. to bad the government will trash it :(
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A lot of car manufacturers don't like their new cars to be publicly trashed. They covered it up quickly as they could to save themselves a lawsuit.
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more like 00.17 but it will be quite a bit of work that wheel was shoved back a good 3-6 inches even if it still rolls it wont roll straight..beleive me my camaro got hit JUST like that and the wheel rolled fine but the subframe upon further inspection was all sorts of bent...and it * not the government that owns that suburban its a movie prop car...just a plain ole 2002-2004 suburban dressed up like a cop car
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A lot of car manufacturers don't like their new cars to be publicly trashed. They covered it up quickly as they could to save themselves a lawsuit.
got ya they still took quite some time to do it lol
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You all got it wrong. Dead wrong.

According the the Press, it was a real Police vehicle.
http://www.foxnews.com/leisure/2010/...al-dc-cop-car/
The police SUV was not supposed to be there and the wreck itself was not scripted.
The police officer driving the SUV is a 25-year veteran senior explosive ordinance [COLOR=blue ! important][COLOR=blue ! important]technician[/COLOR][/COLOR]. He was taken to a local hospital and sustained minor injuries.
Law enforcement sources tell FOX 5 that he was driving to a call for a suspicious package incident nearby and was using a different radio channel than the police officers who were securing the perimeter for the movie.


The movie production crew covered the car after they noticed people taking pictures of the car star of the movie yet finished.




BUT HEY, We NOW know how to kill a Transformer easy. HIT IT WITH A SUBURBAN!!!
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oh well damn i figured it was just supposed to be a close call as part of the movie lol
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Naw, a donut munching idjit was on a call and off frquency with the officers assigned to the set. He just rolled through the barriers and got in the way. Some have blogged the production company should demand a waiver from DCPD and inclde it into the movie. Being it was the azzhat cop'* fault and it cost alot of dough for that very modified car, that may happen.
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